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What is C++:
C++ is the programming language most used by developers, especially when it comes to applications. It appeared in 1985 to bring more functionality to the C language. It allows you to
approach development under several paradigms: generic, procedural and object-oriented programming. C++ is considered a powerful programming language focused on speed, efficiency, and versatility. Thanks to its performance, C++ is often used to develop game engines, games, and desktop applications. Many AAA level video games are integrated in C++.
What you will learn and cover during your lessons:
Introduction to C++
This module provides an introduction to the C++ programming language, including basic syntax, data types, control structures, and functions.
In this module, you will learn about template metaprogramming in C++, including working with templates, template specialization, and template functions. You will also learn how to use template metaprogramming to create complex algorithms at compile time.
In this module, you will learn about memory management in C++, including working with smart pointers, the RAII idiom, and custom memory allocators. You will also learn how to use profiling tools to optimize memory usage in your C++ programs.
This module covers advanced algorithms in C++, including working with graph algorithms, numerical algorithms, and data structures. You will also learn how to use the Standard Template Library to write efficient algorithms for a variety of applications.
In this module, you will learn advanced metaprogramming techniques in C++, including working with variadic templates, type traits, and SFINAE. You will also learn how to use these techniques to write generic code that works with a variety of types.
This module covers advanced language features in C++, including working with move semantics, perfect forwarding, and the C++11 and C++14 standards. You will also learn how to use the latest C++ features to write efficient, modern code.